Amid a surge of applications, Tufts admits its most ethnically and racially diverse undergraduate class.
Attorney, social justice advocate, and author to address Class of 2021 in a virtual ceremony.
An event hosted by the University Chaplaincy and Hillel commemorates a year of upheaval due to COVID-19 and racial injustice.
Strict health protocols will be in place for limited, weekend-only, NESCAC schedule from mid-April to mid-May.
President Biden’s chief medical advisor tells a large Tufts audience about vaccines and why smart public policy is so important for health.
Dean of academic affairs in Arts and Sciences will take on leadership role in graduate education at Tufts.
Margaret Higham, the director of Tufts Health Service in March 2020, recalls the events of the first two days of COVID-19 on campus—and the strategies implemented on the spot to keep the community safe.
After a sabbatical, Cook will focus on his research, teaching in the psychology department.
Renowned poet Claudia Rankine talks in the Beckwith Lecture at Tufts about how language and imagery has been—and continues to be—misused in America.
The university will prohibit direct investment in coal and tar sands companies, invest up to $25 million in positive impact funds related to climate change, and more.